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The Future of Shared Governance


Neil W. Hamilton


University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota)


U of St. Thomas Legal Studies Research Paper No. 06-03
Association of Governing Boards White Paper, Forthcoming

Abstract:     
Healthy shared governance is foundational for a healthy university but few governing board members, administrators, or faculty members understand what shared governance is. Healthy shared governance is inextricably linked to the knowledge - creation mission of both the university and the academic profession, academic freedom, peer review, and faculty professionalism.

The reason so few among the key stakeholder groups involved in shared governance understand these relationships is that higher education has failed to provide education on these topics to the stakeholder groups.

This article defines healthy shared governance and explains why a university or college governing board wants healthy shared governance. It analyzes the major barriers to healthy shared governance.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 21

Keywords: Colleges, universities, shared governance, faculty governance, academic freedom, faculty professionalism, higher education

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Date posted: January 12, 2006  

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Hamilton, Neil W., The Future of Shared Governance. Association of Governing Boards White Paper, Forthcoming; Association of Governing Boards White Paper, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=875473

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Neil W. Hamilton (Contact Author)
University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) ( email )
MSL 400, 1000 La Salle Avenue
Minneapolis, MN Minnesota 55403-2005
United States
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